Green Industry Veterans Launch Energy and Sustainability Consulting Firm

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Capital Green specializes in delivering energy efficient solutions that help solve today’s challenges of shrinking capital budgets for building owners.

Capital Green

Capital Green

By choosing to reduce the carbon footprint, the tenant and the building owner end up with more money in their pocket. Ultimately, going green pays.

Capital Green provides green solutions for commercial building owners and to the federal government. The companies’ development was notably enhanced by increased energy costs in building lighting, the growing awareness and liability costs associated with “Sick Building Syndrome”, declining oil reserves, and concerns about limited water supply. The company serves to reduce many of the harmful impacts buildings have on the environment and its inhabitants.

“To live up to expectations of our federal and commercial customers we offer a range of green energy saving consulting services“, Robert Tack, Principal of Capital Green, explained.

Due to increasing demand of green products and services in the federal and commercial building sector Capital Green realized the need to provide custom solutions services, products and information online.

The main features of Capital are:

  • General information about federal green initiatives
  • Results of independent product tests
  • Detailed lighting product specifications and a glossary
  • Live chat support
  • Secure billing

The idea of recycling, reusing and reducing items and equipment that are rarely considered productive after short use now gives buildings a new cycle of life and by choosing to recycle, the tenant and the building owner end up with more money in their pocket. Ultimately, going green pays.

About Capital Green
Capital Green delivers energy efficient solutions helping solve today’s challenges of shrinking capital budgets. The company provide consulting services to federal and commercial building owners that reduce building energy consumption and decrease the building carbon foot print.


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